Apart from the fact that you're being very vague, lamb chops have been suggested numerous times before; redundant suggestion is redundant.
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Sep 8, 2013Posted in: SuggestionsQuote from ZekeZakKaz
This boss is intended to be VERY DIFFICULT.
How about a vanilla boss that doesn't take 2 minutes to defeat with diamond gear without taking less than two hearts of dmg?
Rightt.. so lets add a boss that has attack strength and HP perimeters that blow both the wither and ender dragon out of the water while having it drop a useless sword. Just to make it more "challenging," lets add the ability for it to steal the player's weapon, as well as provide a variety of supportive and offensive potions to spice it up.
Well done Zeke, you've done it again. smh.
Aug 28, 2013Your suggestion is practically already in Minecraft.Posted in: Suggestions
Players can either test their luck by enchanting their gear normally, or could enchant books and use an anvil to cast it onto select items. The ability to actually choose what enchantments you get kills the whole thrill of it, and may lower the value of such items on servers.
Aug 28, 2013What an odd suggestion.Posted in: Suggestions
The whole point of the peaceful difficulty is to allow players to roam the world, well, peacefully. I don't see any need to interfere with that considering the mode is limited to single-player only. If people want to cheat death, then let them.
Aug 20, 2013A few major issues collide with this.Posted in: Suggestions
-You can have a perfect circle on your skin.
-The whole blocky theme that resides in Minecraft would be diminished.
-3D or not, skins with a unique model would need reconfigured animations.
*Server latency may increase.
Aug 19, 2013Posted in: SuggestionsQuote from zorket
Thanks for supporting, bring well-layed out! Here's what I need to say to your suggestions:
Meat should be able to give a bone, because that would give peaceful players a way to get bones.
Dogs should still be able to eat off plates, because they get hungry, and their tail goes down and they start whining.
Yeah, a fork and knife probably isn't the best idea there was.
Cleaning plates would be unbalanced, and then people without cauldrons couldn't use it. So they should stay clean.
I don't completely understand what you said about the cake.
This system should work the same way cake does.
Bump, because I'm adding a valuable piece of information: Half-finished food can't be broken!
Thanks for your input. Let me patch up on what I said:
Meat should be able to give a bone. I forgot all about peaceful players, and I suppose getting a free bone or two is fine.
Wolves should indeed be able to eat off plates. Farm animals, however, should not.
You mentioned that cake should (optionally) be unable to place without the support of a plate. I'm saying that cake's should still be able to be set down, plate or not. The original shall remain original.
Hopefully that straightens a few things out.
Aug 18, 2013Posted in: SuggestionsQuote from Spaceboot1
I can take it. Be blunt. But try to be accurate.
Wrong. It would be useable against creepers. It would be useful in machines, especially ones that use TNT. It would be an interesting obstacle for those exploring Disco Hills. It would be different. The problem with Minecraft is all the blocks work the same, which is boring! This would add some interest and some spice. And don't tell me how annoying it is! If you hate being inconvenienced, don't play SSP. Don't even play creative mode. Play Minecraft via MCEdit if you hate it so much!
Malicious griefers, that's one thing. Kick 'em off if you have to. I'm okay with that. But there are servers that allow griefing, that see griefing and avoiding griefing as a part of the gameplay. You accuse me of ignoring some players needs, but here you are ignoring huge segments of the player base who are playing Minecraft as intended.
If everybody on this thread thought it was a good idea to go jump off a bridge, would you do it?
The fact is, most of them are reacting out of pure spite and stubbornness. They're not even content to leave it at "not for me" (although some are, and I respectfully disagree with them). They have to make statements like "worst suggestion ever". As if it's some huge affront that a block like this could ever be allowed to exist in Minecraft. Look, if you think Minecraft is perfect and nothing should be changed, and everything should work exactly how it already works, then the Suggestions forum is not going to be a happy place for you, and I Suggest that you go elsewhere, for the sake of your own sanity.
That article is poorly written. Nicely formatted, but the ideas in it are garbage. It's incomplete, and in many places flat-out wrong on game design. If you have a specific criticism, please explain. A vague explanation like "it would be annoying" doesn't help anyone. Lots of things in Minecraft are annoying. When you can tell me the line between annoying and challenging (which that article doesn't even try to do), I'll consider your argument.
Well that much I agree with you on. It is better to be blunt. I've always been blunt, and I post my suggestions for a reason, because I think they're good. If the majority of posters can't articulate their objections, that's okay. I'm here to help and educate.
Well, this is going nowhere.
You are suggesting a block that's unbreakable in every way possible, and must be pushed with a piston to transport it. Those "strong willed enough" would bring it to their base as a anti-grief barrier.
Do you not see the seemingly obvious problems? You say you're fine with blunt people and even encourage it, yet call those that bluntly stated their disapproval stubborn while respecting those that didn't. You're feeding the fire.
Nothing good will come out of this, and this suggestion will not be brought to life just because you think it's unique and clever while others don't. Call me back when Minecraft gets an update filled with tanks and airstrikes along with your Pistonium.
Aug 18, 2013Food has always been a bit of a burden ever since the hunger bar was added.Posted in: Suggestions
Players would eat steaks and pork chops for the sake of keeping their bar at maximum capacity, wasting valuable food points in the process. Sure, there are foods that give a more minimum amount of points, such as cookies and bread, but who would want to carry stacks and stacks of those?
Having the ability to place food down and only eat portions at a time is a fantastic idea. Clay is actually given some value in the game thanks to the idea of plates being crafted from them. There are just a few properties I would like to touch up on.
-Meat, cooked or not should not give a bone upon finishing it.
-Animals should not be given the ability to eat off plates, as breeding is the only time you'll ever need to feed them.
-Silverware should not be added. Players have never needed to use a fork and knife to eat pumpkin pie, why should we now?
-Plates should not have to be washed to reuse it. This isn't a kitchen stimulator of any sort. A durability should be placed at most.
-A cake's unique ability to be placed on the ground should be maintained.
-Both plate and food should be unable to obtain unless the food has been completely eaten or is untouched. If you break a plate with unfinished food on it, you will get the plate back but not the food.
Overall, this is a well crafted (no pun intended) idea.
For the first time I ever, I'll say I support this.
Aug 18, 2013Posted in: SuggestionsQuote from Spaceboot1
Which they wouldn't have to have if Minecraft had more options for protecting your house. But I'm not here to suggest plugins. I'm suggesting for the vanilla game.
Someone will. And that's all I ask for. But hey, if pistoning blocks all the way back to you house is too much work, you could always settle in a Disco Hills biome (or wherever this block ends up) in a cave and only have to move the blocks a bit.
Just because you don't want to play Minecraft exactly how I want to, doesn't mean my suggestion isn't good. Pushing these blocks around is just one application; there are plenty of other aspects that have been discussed, as well as applications I haven't even thought of yet. And even if, after all this, you can't find it in your heart to appreciate even one application, that's fine, because you'll barely ever see this block. I can't believe you're talking like I'm doing some disservice to the community, when if there are any community members who don't want to deal with this block, they don't have to.
I can either be blunt or baby every single word you say to make you feel better, but being blunt is the only way to get through people's heads these days. I apologize if my post(s) has brought you any resentment.
You say you wish this block to be added for vanilla gameplay.. This block would be rendered useless in single player, and I assure you every server has some way to track to eliminate griefers. Whether it be a plugin, using evidence from multiple players, or browsing through files, there is a way in which justice will be brought. Bringing in a bedrock equivalent block would just be overkill.
Practically everybody that posted on this thread is against your idea; that's the breaking point. Just because you think it's the world's greatest idea doesn't mean that the majority of the community will, and it's quite clear that the majority doesn't support it.
I recommend you read up on http://www.minecraft...g-a-suggestion/, especially the 'Commonly Used Excuses/Mistakes' section. Most of your flaws lie there.
Again, being blunt is the only way to criticize on the 'Suggestions' topic. It makes things easier for all.
Aug 18, 2013This is possibly the most ridiculous idea I've seen all week.Posted in: Suggestions
You want to incorporate a block into Minecraft that cannot be mined nor blown up, but can only be moved with the assistance of pistons? The common argument you're bringing up is that it's the "ultimate pranking/grief protection." Nearly all servers have a plugin or two that already protects users from griefers; nobody is going to go through the struggle of bringing a bedrock-like block up to the surface for the sake of security.
Stop going against the others that are not supporting this suggestion. Just because you (supposedly) can use pistons to move blocks from caves doesn't mean we're all too weak hearted to. Take the community into thought before spitting out a concept like this.
Aug 18, 2013Your idea is not polished nor practical.Posted in: Suggestions
Minecraft is a game where you build and kill; the addition of clothes is unreasonable when we have armor that actually has a definite purpose. You have to take the community into account when you decide to suggest something, not just believe in what you want.
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Gosh, you guys are so rude...it was just an idea. God.
Sorry, but being blunt is what critics go for. If we're all hesitant in what we believe in, the thread-starter might get the wrong idea.
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